Trailhead. Park in the empty area to the left and start up this road to the right.
First of many creatures we stumbled across.
First farm peeking through the trees.
At the bottom of this hill, you'll switchback. Don't go into the marked private property in front of you.
Locals cleaning freshly harvested carrots. They were delicious. We'd meet them on our way out as they were finishing.
Split in trail. Head to the left.
Dangerous Barbed wire that's been knocked down to shin level. Watch out!
At the edge of an orange grove, we stopped for a rest and some traditional Thai medicine on the leg. Fortunately a traditional Thai farmer came up to watch.
Split in Road, go to the right.
Picking mushrooms and other veggies along the way.
A completely burned tree that's still standing.
Some kind of tiny plant. I can't decide if it looks like a shrub or ganja.
Really colorful caterpillars. These guys will sting.
Pit Viper, Most poisonous snake in Thailand. I would have loved to get closer but didn't want to die for a photo.
Cross this gate and down a little way you'll turn sharply back to the right and down to a creek.
You're on the right track if you see this.
Lot's a lot's of fallen bamboo. Lots of stooping over in this section.
Bees! The tree is filled with them. Just duck and slip through. Watch your backpack so that it doesn't stir them up.
They first look like a mass of moss or something.